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jim@chickenrun 10:45 Fri Apr 3
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I can't believe that premier League footballers haven't come out and said,stop paying us for the rest of the season and instead pay the club staff etc who earn normal money and donate the rest to NHS ...how much money do these cunts want for fuck sake...I thought football was dying,and now I know it is...and as for rich clubs furloughing staff as well that's a disgrace.

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smasher. 7:25 Sun Apr 5
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I actually found an Adultwork slag that was willing to come round and snowball me on Thursday.

HAMMERNH 7:02 Sun Apr 5
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Kyle Walker faces disciplinary action from Manchester City after reportedly breaking lockdown rules by hosting a party involving two sex workers.

Premier League footballers, got to love ‘em.

Side of Ham 4:17 Sun Apr 5
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Sven Roeder 12:21 Sun Apr 5

Yes you did state that, it’s why you are the last person to be digging out anything over here and it’s a disgrace to yourself that you do.

.....being a ‘pretend Aussie’ and all that....

mashed in maryland 3:54 Sun Apr 5
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I'm "suggesting" nothing, but I'm not demanding players spend their money in certain ways. People who do so know as little about individual players' finances as you or me.

geoffpikey 3:43 Sun Apr 5
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Net worth" isn't "disposable income".

Of course it isn't.

But are you SERIOUSLY suggesting that the AVERAGE Prem baller, when £150k is credited to their account every month (tax already paid), that take-home is ALREADY all allocated to "investments"? Behave. The fuckers can't even blow it on restaurants and nightclubs at the minute. They're shitting CASH. Even the also-rans.

BRANDED 3:32 Sun Apr 5
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keeping quite what?

geoffpikey 3:32 Sun Apr 5
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Klopp et Al won't be furloughed of course. They'll still be working for the club, and paid by the club.

I admit it: I just want to have a pop at the SCOUSE!!!! Shitbags.

The Mail Online (I know!) comments today are hilarious. Bundles of embarrased Kopites and practically everyone else now saying: void the season and award the cunts fuck all. Hahah.

yngwies Cat 3:31 Sun Apr 5
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Notice the bankers, tax dogging companies that could find the NHS keeping quite...

mashed in maryland 3:30 Sun Apr 5
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"Net worth" isn't "disposable income".

If its all tied up in property, business ventures, various investments etc. he's probably got less access to it than you have the cash value of your house and car.

geoffpikey 3:26 Sun Apr 5
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Sven,

I didn't realise players have said clubs should pay all staff 100%. So fair enough.

And apologies for using Salah - not the best example: as a good muslim, which I am sure he is, he will already pay zakat (charity donations of salary) as is customary in Islam and in his homeland. That's for "the poor" in general though.

Still, I'm sure he can afford a LOT more than that in exceptional circumstances to help his fellow Scouser and save his hedge fund paymasters from utter embarrassment.

My main issue is with the clubs. Liverpool and Tottenham particularly. "Non playing staff" furloughed. Will they be applying for £2500pm govt money to pay Klopp and Mourinho? And all a week after Levy awarded himself a £7m payment for the financial year. WANKERS.

HAMMERNH 3:23 Sun Apr 5
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Rooney's net worth is estimated at around the £100 million ($130m) mark based on his career earnings so far.

https://www.goal.com/en/news/wayne-rooney-net-worth-salary-income-earn/1ss72u2519kev15laah0v6h3e2

Only £100 mill, poor lad.

gank 3:05 Sun Apr 5
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How do you know how money Wayne Rooney has in the bank? Have you still got all the money you ever earned?

HAMMERNH 2:35 Sun Apr 5
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Multi millionaire Wayne Rooney now bitching that footballers are being unfairly treated. Needs to have a word with himself.

smasher. 2:23 Sun Apr 5
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Is this pissed stained old cunt still chirping?

Golden Oldie 1:59 Sun Apr 5
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The flip side of course being that any donation that the dildo bros make will only be recovered in time from their customers to make up for it.

Sven Roeder 1:55 Sun Apr 5
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The players are keen to make some sort of contribution but want the whole package thought through.

They are saying the Premier league donation of £20m is inadequate. CORRECT
They are saying the contribution to the EFL clubs needs to be more and not just an advance for short term cash flow. CORRECT
They are saying their contribution should mean non playing staff are guaranteed 100% of their pay by the clubs (not the furlough scheme). CORRECT
And they are asking how the shortfall of £200m of the tax on their forgone pay is being made up with hurting the NHS. FAIR QUESTION

Perhaps the answer to the last point is that all the owners who have raked it in over the last few years could between the 20 of them personally kick in £10m each?

Gold & Sullivan ? Over to you
£10m is half the interest you’ve squirreled out over the years.
Or half the extra profit that the ‘middle man’ got with the double sale of Upton Park.

Westside 1:54 Sun Apr 5
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Westside, that annual budget didn't cater for being at 115% capacity and all out of equipment.

Well if you double the NHS spend, that make the potential loss/deferral of premier league footballers' tax, even less significant.

gank 1:51 Sun Apr 5
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Westside, that annual budget didn't cater for being at 115% capacity and all out of equipment.

Geoffpikey, I agree that clubs sitting on so much money shouldn't be taking the piss out of the government furlough scheme, it wasn't designed for that and it's exploitation. But the players shouldn't be expected to contribute any more than you or I. Plenty of players over the years have sparked all their money because the more you earn, the more you spend. Earning more almost always mean your outgoings are higher so Mo Salah may have a load of money tucked away, but he also may not. It could be tied up in investments. And besides, I have contributed 0% of my salary, and I haven't forgone any money at all, I'm not on furlough. I would expect most of those on here saying he and other players should cough up are in the same boat. Now if we list all posters ranked by their salary and said the top two had to take a pay cut AND donate money to a prescribed beneficiary, they would of course object and say why should they, and not others - and besides, there are people much richer than they are.

They would basically be saying the same as everyone else, including footballers.

Westside 1:42 Sun Apr 5
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BBC article this morning states that top-flight, top-earning football players taking a short-term pay cut en masse would completely cripple the NHS, such would be the sudden drop in tax payments when they're needed the most.

So you can all shut up and fuck off now.

No Gank, the article says it would cost the NHS £200 million. In an annual budget of in excess of £134 billion (pre Covid 19 expenditure level) a reduction of its annual income of less than 0.15%, whilst unwelcome, won't COMPLETELY cripple it.

geoffpikey 1:26 Sun Apr 5
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That doesn't mean they shouldn't contribute in other ways, Gank. They can. They won't. Or are just too stupid to work it out.

Not picking just on him. BUT. MO Salah is paid £200k pw. His TAKE HOME is £106,000 PER WEEK. Yet his club is expecting you and I, all taxpayers, to fund 80% of the salary of the someone who does his training laundry. His club is a disgrace. He, and similar, are a disgrace for not seeking an in-house solution for people who are their day-to-day servants.

gank 12:46 Sun Apr 5
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BBC article this morning states that top-flight, top-earning football players taking a short-term pay cut en masse would completely cripple the NHS, such would be the sudden drop in tax payments when they're needed the most.

So you can all shut up and fuck off now.

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